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Student Development and Enrollment Services
Health and Safety Events

Students can learn about campus health and safety resources and have fun during Safe Knight Week on March 6-10.

The events brings awareness to safety, health, wellness, mental health, alcohol and other drugs, sexual assault, and creating a welcoming campus. Remember that awareness is a key element of personal safety.

The week will kick off with the Safe Knight Week carnival, which will showcase the safety and wellness services at UCF and throughout the community. The carnival will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday at Memory Mall.

Tuesday's theme is violence prevention, and highlights include an It's On Us walk that will leave from Ferrell Commons at noon and a self-defense class that will start at 6 p.m. at Global UCF.

Wednesday's events will focus on physical and mental well-being, with HIV testing at the Recreation and Wellness Center and an evening healthy cooking competition. Thursday and Friday's events will focus on alcohol and high-risk behaviors.

A full listing of the week's events is available here:

This year Safe Knight Week will be partnering with the Office of Emergency Management. The event is a UCF Cares initiative and a collaborative effort of the Division of Student Development and Enrollment Services, Office of Emergency Management and Student Government Association.